Step Inside Dineen Hall
Dineen Hall: Redefining Legal Education
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For a physical tour of Dineen Hall, please schedule a visit.Explore Dineen Hall First and Ground Floor
A decade in the planning, Dineen Hall is truly a game changer for the Syracuse University College of Law.
After being housed in two separate buildings connected on only two levels, the 200,000-square-foot, five-story, LEED-certified, state-of-the-art Dineen Hall brings the entire College of Law into one inviting space, creating a real community for legal education in the 21st century and beyond.
Dineen Hall has transformed the learning experience for College of Law students. Through the intersection of best practices and well-planned spaces for learning and faculty-student interaction, the College of Law is able to provide a superior experience for students to meet the rigorous demands of a modern law degree.
|Ground Broken:||May 10, 2012|
|Building Occupied:||August 2014|
|Dedication Speaker:||The Hon. Theodore McKee L'75, Chief Judge, Third Circuit Court of Appeals|
|Named for:||$15 million naming gift by the Dineen family in honor of their parents Robert Emmet Dineen L'24, H'66, and Carolyn Bareham Dineen L'32. The Atrium is named in memory of David Levy '41, L'48 who bequeathed $3 million.|
|Construction Cost:||$68 million|
|Architects:||Gluckman Mayner (lead architect Richard Gluckman '70, G'71)|
|Location:||950 Irving Avenue, Syracuse, NY|
|Space:||200,000 square feet|